Square Enix is currently working on the development of ‘Final Fantasy VII Remake’ sequel which was released in early April this year.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, game developers have to work from their home, however, the game authority has declared that the impact of the virus will not affect the game’s development process.
Producer Yoshinori Kitase said: “At this current time, the team is still making the next game via remote working. Our performance will temporarily drop below 100% efficiency because of this, but I do not think there should be a big impact in the long term.”
While asking about the games story update Kitase refused to disclose any information, saying: “I understand that there is a lot of speculation among the fans; that is what we wanted and we’ve really enjoyed seeing these theories and guesses of what the ending means.”
He further added: “We wanted the fans to keep the discussion going on social media and keep their excitement high as we head towards the next game.”
Players Can Enjoy Final Fantasy VII Remake on PlayStation 4.